The user requisites for the agricultural UAV system are meticulously examined and dissected. These requirements are then translated into distinct design elements and benchmarks for quality. This process paves the way for an innovative formulation of these products. Leveraging the Kano model, the specific user requisites for the agricultural UAV system are delineated across diverse application scenarios, thus laying the foundation for an overarching demand framework. Through the utilization of the Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP), the demand framework is subjected to comprehensive analysis, culminating in the establishment of a hierarchical structure that imparts varying weights to each demand facet. Drawing from the principles of the Quality Function Deployment (QFD) theory, a robust correlation between user requirements and quality attributes is constructed, giving rise to the framework known as the QFD house of quality. The conceptual blueprint of the agricultural UAV system is sculpted through an inventive and divergent approach. By rigorously adhering to high levels of precision and objectivity, the user demand framework and QFD house of quality are meticulously crafted. This lays the groundwork for the creation of a pragmatic and inventive design proposal. The seamless integration of the Kano, AHP, and QFD methodologies engenders a more scientifically rigorous exploration of user needs, thereby pinpointing areas requiring refinement. The agricultural UAV system, conceived through this comprehensive approach, serves as a wellspring of novel concepts for intelligent agricultural machinery products and systemic innovation, thereby lending valuable support to agricultural advancement.